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Threads is a short starring Harriet Titlow. A young girl is rapidly forced to grow up and learn from her mistakes. Whilst in a search for her family following an earthquake that destroyed their home and will change their lives, will...

Running Time
5 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Family, Documentary, Animation, Drama, Short
Director
Rosaline Idrovo Andino
Writer
Stefan Belov, Rosaline Idrovo Andino
Actors
Harriet Titlow
Country
UK
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about family «Threads» (16)

Lori avatar
Lori

A young girl is rapidly forced to grow up and learn from her mistakes. Whilst in a search for her family following an earthquake that destroyed their home and will change their lives, will she have a chance of redemption.

Betty Reed avatar
Betty Reed

The actors do a good job. Nice story.

Robert F. avatar
Robert F.

This movie is one that I watch over and over. Being a fan of Harriet Titlow acting, this is one of my favorite movies for his acting because he plays such a very interesting character! He's funny and plays the part well. The entire cast is perfectly cast and the story line is great. I highly recommend this movie.

Gloria avatar
Gloria

Here's a fine example of a film that may makes up for an exciting watch due to its director Rosaline Idrovo Andino extra-ordinary sense of creating spectacles that feel like breathing artworks.

Mark Herrera avatar
Mark Herrera

The movie has it all. Great actors, especially Harriet Titlow, a very, very, VERY great script and awesome story.

Willie Banks avatar
Willie Banks

Loved this movie. It is one of the movies having seen it I will be purchasing. It made me laugh, made me cry. Made me happy to see the end. Check it out, I believe you will enjoy it.

Kenneth A. avatar
Kenneth A.

This is an underappreciated movie.

Jesse avatar
Jesse

I enjoyed everything and every moment. Harriet Titlow again proves why he's one of the cinema's masters.